Introduction & The Mist
1. What serves as King's main character in his creative writing process?
(a) An unknown entity.
(b) I Guy.
(c) It changes every time.
(d) King's alter ego.
2. To what does King's friend compare the pay King receives for "Word Processer of the Gods"?
(a) The pay for a college student's article.
(b) The pay of a first rate novelist.
(c) The pay of a lower rank secretary.
(d) The pay of a New York plumber.
3. In "The Mist," what precipitates the thick fog?
(a) A foghorn.
(b) A thunderstorm.
(c) A strange smell.
(d) An unusual drop in temperature.
4. To what location do David, Billy, and the neighbor travel after the fog rolls in?
(a) The grocery store.
(b) The diner.
(c) The local bar.
(d) The livestock feed store.
5. Why do people start refusing to go out into the fog?
(a) The fog is poisonous.
(b) It smells funny.
(c) The fog serves as a hiding place for terrifying creatures.
(d) It makes them claustrophobic.
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